5 CRP DRIVERS TO WATCH THIS WEEKEND

Dan Archibalddan-archibald
Fresh off of a big win during Peterborough Speedway’s season opener on May 21st, Dan Archibald will roll back into weekly competition at Sunset this Saturday. The Barrie, ON veteran showed considerable speed during his last regular appearance at Sunset on April 30th, and will be looking for his second career victory at the Innisfil, ON facility.

Ethan Constableethan-constable
Sunset Speedway Super Stock Rookie of the Year contender Ethan Constable will be back at Sunset for his third start of the 2016 season this weekend. A 13th place finish in the 50-lap Spring Velocity last Sunday served as encouragement for the second-generation racer, as he continues his work to break into Ontario’s toughest ‘support’ division. For the Barrie, ON based driver, 2016 is going to be a season full of ups and downs, but if his performance last weekend is any indication, Constable is headed in the right direction when it comes to development.

Ernie Fumertonernie-fumerton
Few Late Model racers in Ontario can do ‘a lot with a little’ better than Ernie Fumerton. The two-time Super Stock champion may never out dollar his competition, but is always willing to put in the time and effort necessary to keep his familiar No. 10 competitive in the deepest Late Model division in the province. This weekend, Fumerton will return to action at Sunset for the first time in nearly a month, eager to build on a pair of impressive top-10 finishes during Sunset’s season opener back on April 30th.

Brittney Greselbrittney-gresel
With a 6th place finish during the 75-lap Spring Velocity feature fresh in her mind, second-generation racer Brittney Gresel will be back behind the wheel in Sunset Speedway’s Late Model division this Saturday. The Sauble Beach, ON driver will look to harness her recent momentum with a return to the top-10 in the 30-car field. Gresel’s long-run program appeared strong on Sunday, and if she can convert that into a pair of equally impressive 35-lap outings this weekend, don’t be surprised to see her back in the top-10.

Donovan Pricedonovan-price
Eager to bounce back from a 12th place finish in last Saturday’s Peterborough Speedway season opener, Donovan Price will be back behind the wheel of his No. 96 Mini Stock this weekend. With Peterborough’s division weighing in with one of the deepest rosters in Ontario, Price will be up against some formidable competition – including Tyler Junkin, James Townsend and Kevin Strutt to name a few. With his sights set on a 2016 championship, Price will need to find a way to crack the top-5 in his second start of the season.